The Chainsmokers Are Making a TV Drama About an Indie Rocker That Makes It Big in the Music Biz

The Chainsmokers Are Making a TV Drama About an Indie Rocker That Makes It Big in the Music Biz
EDM-lite bros the Chainsmokers have made a pretty remarkable career out of their soft-rock dance-pop tunes. Up next, the two scoops of vanilla ice cream masquerading as musicians will take over Hollywood. We've already learned that the duo are turning their song "Paris" into a movie, and now they're making a TV show too.

The show sounds like it's going to be one hell of a watch. It's called Demo, and according to Variety, it "follows a 20-something musician who dares to leave behind her struggling indie rock band and her working class family to try writing pop songs in Los Angeles."

Of course, like any movie or television show about writing music, the series sees our heroine struggling to find her truth and convey it in song. 

'Smokers Alex Pall and Drew Taggart will executive produce the series, which is being written and executive produced by Joy Gregory, who previously worked on shows like Felicity and Switched at Birth.

Demo is being created for Freeform, and we honestly can't wait to see it.